How To Fix Backed-Up Cast Iron Sewer Lines With Trenchless Pipe Lining

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Don’t Excavate Floors Ro Replace Old Cast Iron Drains!

For a 2,000 sq. ft. house in Miami:

Pipe Excavation & Replacement

    • Takes 4-8 weeks
    • Costs $50,000 – $75,000
    • Tile, Terrazzo, Marble, Wood replacement
    • Kitchen and bathroom cabinets replacement
    • Must vacate home

Trenchless Pipe Lining

    • Takes 4 days
    • Costs $17,000
    • Has a 50-year warranty!
    • Stay in home

Trenchless sewer epoxy pipe lining is a popular method to fix backed-up cast iron sewer drains

Here are the steps to fix backed-up cast iron sewer drains using trenchless sewer epoxy pipe lining:

  1. Inspect the sewer line: First, inspect the cast iron sewer line to determine the location and extent of the damage. This can be done using a video camera inspection.
  2. Clean the sewer line: The sewer line needs to be cleaned thoroughly before applying the epoxy lining. A high-pressure water jet or mechanical cleaning can be used for this purpose.
  3. Measure the pipe: Measure the diameter and length of the sewer pipe to determine the amount of epoxy lining needed.
  4. Mix the epoxy: Mix the two-part epoxy resin according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
  5. Apply the epoxy lining: Use a bladder or inversion method to apply the epoxy lining. In the bladder method, a bladder is inserted into the sewer line and inflated, and the epoxy is applied to the inside of the bladder. In the inversion method, the epoxy is applied to a liner and then inverted into the sewer line. The liner is then expanded to create a tight fit.
  6. Cure the epoxy lining: The epoxy lining needs to cure for several hours or days, depending on the manufacturer’s instructions. During the curing process, the epoxy hardens to create a seamless and durable new pipe within the existing cast iron sewer line.
  7. Re-inspect the sewer line: Once the epoxy lining has cured, inspect the sewer line again to ensure that the repair has been successful.

Trenchless sewer epoxy pipe lining is a relatively quick and non-invasive method to fix backed-up cast iron sewer drains. It eliminates the need for digging and disruption to landscaping or hardscaping.

There Are Two Popular Types Of Trenchless Pipe Lining!

Our technology has been around since 1997. Most people don’t know about it, but it is called cured-in-place pipe lining (older technology), and epoxy pipe lining (newer and better). It simply installs inside the old pipe. It doesn’t matter if there are holes and cracks; it fills those in.

Both have a minimum engineered life of 50 years. Our warranty is 50 years to match the engineered life. When we’re done, we make a video recording of all the light pipes. We upload them online and send you one email with your 50-year transferable warranty, which means it can go to somebody else who buys the home in the future. You also receive the videos in that email, and you’ll receive a payment for the invoice. It takes about four days to do. That’s it.

How Much Does Epoxy Pipe Lining Cost?

So how much does it cost to reline pipes for a 2,000-square-foot house instead of replacing the pipes?

It’s between $17,000 and $20,000. If you were to excavate the floors to physically replace the pipes it would take about two months and you would have to pay between $50,000 and $70,000.

It only takes 3 days to line the pipes, and we email you copies of the final videos of the re-lined pipes with your 50-year transferable warranty and your paid-in-full invoice. You get that all in one email. You can never lose any of that, and you can just forward that email to somebody who buys it properly in the future.

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